Mrs Pat Popplewell

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By Pat Popplewell
Thursday, 22. December 2016 - 13:27
Good afternoon, I make gluten/wheat free pies etc quite often. I can buy gluten/wheat free pastry mixes but not any 'hot water pastry ' products. Is a recipe available for this to make hand raised pies? Do I have to mix equal amounts of your flour with cornflour as when making Yorkshire puddings or what? Grateful for your reply - thank you Pat Popplewell.
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By Susie Scott
9 months 2 weeks ago
Good Morning,
I will pass your enquiry regarding a hot water pastry recipe onto our home economist, we don't currently have a recipe for this.
However we do have a Yorkshire pudding recipe, yes we do equal quantities of Mix It to Cornflour!

Yorkshire Puddings
Makes approx 9 -10 small puddings in a muffin tray

Ingredients
50g Schar Mix It Flour
50g Cornflour
Pinch salt
3 medium eggs beaten
150ml (1/4pt) milk
2 tbsp vegetable oil

Temperature 210˚C Fan/ Gas Mark 7

Method
1. Put the Schar flour and cornflour into a bowl, add salt and beaten eggs, whisk to form a thick batter.
2. Add milk and whisk again until all is combined and smooth.
3. Place oil in muffin tins and heat for 5 minutes, pour batter into tins and cook until well risen and golden brown, approximately 20 - 25 minutes.